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Diversity on key corporate committees is supposed to produce better decisions. But a study at Cambridge Judge Business School finds that diverse views rarely ‘average out’ as assumed, but instead lead to systematic biases toward certain types of errors.

29-10-2019

The next event in the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM)/ Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) Marketing club series sees Mike Scialom reveal his insights into the digital world of press and PR.

29-10-2019
The garden at Cambridge Regional College (CRC) is reopened after its transformation

The garden at Cambridge Regional College (CRC), where special educational needs students grow vegetables, herbs and flowers in their horticultural studies, has been given a transformation.

29-10-2019
Leading the investigation is CPFT honorary consultant psychiatrist, Dr Golam Khandaker

People in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough can volunteer with the NHS to help test a new treatment which could help millions of people living with depression.

29-10-2019
PetaGene team outside their offices

PetaGene announced that the Princess Máxima Center for Paediatric Oncology, the largest paediatric cancer centre in Europe, has chosen to use PetaGene’s transparent, lossless genomic data compression software, called PetaSuite, to reduce its data storage costs while accelerating access to the data.

28-10-2019
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Sarah Austin, Independent Financial Adviser from Martin-Redman Partners, comments on the importance of talking about money.

28-10-2019
Sammy’s family and friends raised more than £14,000 for EACH

A family from Hemingford Grey and their friends have presented East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) with a cheque for £14,099.54 in memory of Samantha Desborough.

28-10-2019
Kathryn Bailey of Socially Savvy Cambridge

With the help of Indie Cambridge - the community of ‘real’ Cambridge - Cambridge Network continues its weekly exploration of the best independent shops, cafés, restaurants, people, businesses, venues and events in Cambridge and the surrounding area. This week: Socially Savvy Cambridge.

28-10-2019
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Horizon Discovery Group plc (LSE: HZD), a global leader in the application of gene editing and gene modulation for cell line engineering, today went live with a new website and ecommerce system, marking a significant milestone in the Company’s strategy to fully integrate all tools, technologies and services, including Dharmacon reagents, under...

28-10-2019

The next generation of UK bioscientists have received a £170 million boost from the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC, a part of UK Research and Innovation).

28-10-2019
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CIR is delighted to announce an exciting space session with Airbus Space and the Space Catapult within a full programme for the 5th HVM New Materials & Graphene 2019 conference in Cambridge on Wednesday 6th November. It includes excellent talks from Versarien, Darktrace, William Blythe, NVIDIA AI, Pragmatic, BioBit, Astra...

28-10-2019
 Projects on display include the multi-award winning The Crossing,

A powerful new exhibition, Storytelling in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, will be held this November at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) in Cambridge.

28-10-2019
Gill Buchanan

There is a real value to recruiting employees who will be a great cultural fit for an organisation, but this should also be balanced with ensuring that unconscious bias does not mean a business unintentionally discriminates or misses out on employing fantastic talent.  

28-10-2019
Lars Blackmore/  Image credit: SpaceX

From a young age, Lars Blackmore was interested in space travel and had a goal to one day work on electronics for spacecraft. It’s been a journey that’s led him from studying Engineering at Cambridge to completing a PhD in Aeronautics and Astronautics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), before going on to land engineering roles at...

28-10-2019
  Bernard Taylor, Chairman of the Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851, presents PhD student Robert Rouse with his Industrial Fellowship  Credit: Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851

University of Cambridge PhD student Robert Rouse has been awarded an Industrial Fellowship to develop machine learning capable of predicting future flooding events.

28-10-2019
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A therapy that targets the immune system showed promise for treating atopic dermatitis – the most common form of eczema – in a small proof-of-concept trial, led by scientists from the MRC Human Immunology Unit at the...

28-10-2019
Staff and volunteers at Arthur Rank Hospice Charity celebration evening.

Volunteers and staff have been applauded at a special invite-only evening event, hosted in the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity’s Bistro. 

28-10-2019

What have entrepreneurs, writers. and research scientists got in common? No, it's not a joke, it's all about the risks they take, and the respect they deserve...

27-10-2019
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BBC Click visited Audio Analytic.

25-10-2019
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Tech-developers, investors, farmers, producers and others with an interest in agri-tech can discover how to get involved in the latest machine vision, AI, robotics and smart equipment at REAP 2019 (6 November).

25-10-2019

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